We provide high quality translations in the following areas:
Economics, Science, Finance,...
Patents, Official Documents, ...
Relations, Business Correspondence,...
Our translators are native speakers of the target language.
Translators are selected based on the criteria specified in the job specifications
for each submitted text. Each translator is picked for his or her functional
and language skills, resulting in an excellent fit between the translator (s)and
the job. Our intense focus on the match between the translator's background
and the submitted text guarantees that the content and the meaning of the text
are accurately reflected in the translation.
Certification and notarization of translations are provided upon request.
Our prices are highly competitive with respect to the market standard.
We base a project's cost calculation on the number of words contained in the source text. Other factors that influence project cost are the language combination, degree of difficulty and volume of the text, and the expected delivery date.
As a rule, zappmedia completes low-volume translation projects within
Larger projects with tight deadlines are carried out by translation teams, which are typically comprised of a project leader and several translators and proofreaders.
Data transfers to our online translation management system (OTM) are SSL encrypted.
Product quality is assured through translation to DIN standard. zappmedia is certified to ISO 9001.
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We are pleased to accept and provide parallel translation into multiple languages
(multi-language projects). more...
Russian, Ukrainian and White Russian belong to the East Slavic group of Indo-European languages.
These three languages developed as independent languages in the 14th and 15th centuries from the less differentiated language of East Slovenian (previously called Old Russian). The written language developed from a modification of Cyrillic and was originally the vernacular spoken in Moscow. This language emancipated itself in the 18th century from the church Slavic that had been in use since the 10th century.
Lomonosov's grammar and the work of Puschkin brought this development to an end. In 1918 the script was simplified.